Emily Bronte And Wutherering Heights: Literary Analysis
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In this paper I will discuss some constituencies comparisons in environmental descriptions among three books: Emily Brontë, Wuthering Heights, Gustave Flaubert, Madame Bovary and Fjodor Dostojevskij, Crime and Punishment. In addition, the answer includes comparisons and depictions of its settings. Then after the paper will look in to there similarities and differences. This examination will also punters the atmosphere in the authors writing. Moreover, this discussion floats also in a literature historical volume. Finally, To understand the information on these novels, we have to focus on the historical context and the setting in the stories.
1.2 Historical Context The historical context of these novels are both personal to the authors and forms the stories. First, Withering Heights which was published in 1847 during the reign under Queen Victoria in England between the year of 1837 and 1901 was a phase of expansion. The predominantly agricultural economy transformed to a factory economy and to find new jobs millions would flock to London, but Bronte grew up in the last days of agricultural England. It was a sensitive time to accept women as authors, Brontes sisters, Charlotte and Anne Bronte all published under male pseudonyms. The conservative times and the stormy climate of northern England in Yorkshire left its mark on the Bronte children. For Emily, who got homesick every time she wasn 't home, the farms, valleys and the stormy weather became